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Microsoft talks up the IoT potential of the cross-platform Oxford SDKs and face, speech, and vision APIs
With less than 20 weeks left before Microsoft stops serving security updates to most versions of Internet Explorer, Windows users are finally ditching the soon-to-be-retired editions in significant numbers.
Google's Chrome browser in August came within sight of the 30% user share milestone, and looks likely to continue growing for the foreseeable future.
With students headed back to school, Mozilla has updated one of its tools to get kids interested in making websites.
Despite their years-long rivalry, Microsoft and VMware have teamed in a new partnership that's part of Microsoft's collaborative strategy shift.
AngularJS 2 will be a rewrite, but predictable upgrades are planned so that developers can choose which components to migrate
Cobol keeps on keeping on, this time thanks to support from Micro Focus for use with the latest version of Microsoft's IDE
Chrome will soon automatically silence any auto-played audio until that tab is explicitly brought to the foreground.
The federal government's Digital Transformation Office is seeking to recruit around 20 new staff members, including developers, designers, researchers and product managers.
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